Scott Sinclair reveals Roberto Mancini rows

Scott Sinclair of Manchester City during the Nelson Mandela Football Invitational match between AmaZulu and Manchester City at Moses Mabhida Stadium on July 18, 2013
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Scott Sinclair says that he confronted Roberto Mancini on a number of occasions during last season's nightmare at Manchester City.

Scott Sinclair has said that he could have been a success at Manchester City had Roberto Mancini given him a chance.

The 24-year-old moved to the Etihad Stadium from Swansea City for £6.2m last summer, but made just three starts under the Italian coach.

The former England Under-21 international, who has been loaned out to West Bromwich Albion in the hope of resurrecting his career, said that he confronted Mancini on a few occasions, but did not get the answers he was looking for.

"I never got a consistent run of games at Manchester City and I believe I could have been a success if the manager had given me a chance," The Telegraph quotes Sinclair as saying.

"I went to see Mancini and asked him 'why did you bring me in if you're not going to give me the chance?' - but he couldn't answer the question. I said to him 'You've given me no opportunity and no game time. Why am I here?'

"I went to see him a few times and we had our differences. It'll make me think twice about joining a club like that at this stage in my career. When the new manager [Manuel Pellegrini] came in I'd already made my mind up to leave."

Sinclair started for the Baggies as they beat Newport County 3-0 in the League Cup on Tuesday.

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